Canon of the Mass

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Canon of the Mass See Canon.
    • Canon of the Mass (R. C. Ch) that part of the mass, following the Sanctus, which never changes.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Canon of the mass that part of the mass which begins after the 'Sanctus' with the prayer 'Te igitur,' and ends just before the 'Paternoster;' Canon residentiary, a canon obliged to reside at a cathedral and take a share in the duty
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S., Fr., from L. canon—Gr. kanōn, a straight rod—kannē, a reed.

Usage

In literature:

The canon of Oak Creek is choked by a mass of rock, shaped like a keystone, and wedged into the jaws of the defile.
"Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete" by Charles M. Skinner
This natural wealth finally destroyed the beauty of the canon, which is now a mass of stone quarries.
"My Native Land" by James Cox
The prayers of the canon of the mass now fell from his lips in a very ecstasy of humility and gratitude.
"Abbe Mouret's Transgression La Faute De L'abbe Mouret" by Emile Zola
It will be necessary to make a short digression and explain a portion of the canon of the Mass to enable the reader to understand what follows.
"Beethoven" by George Alexander Fischer
In the San Diego work, a huge mass of rocky hillside overhung the canon which was to be dammed, and at the bottom of which the river flowed.
"The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 26, May 6, 1897" by Various
Of these there are many, Scotch and other, besides masses, canons for voices and the like.
"A Popular History of the Art of Music" by W. S. B. Mathews
The mass was celebrated by Canon Pousset, of the cathedral of Notre-Dame.
"Paris" by William Walton
On the steep slope of the mountain opposite lay a mass of wet heavy snow waiting for its turn to come to plunge into the canon.
"Ross Grant Tenderfoot" by John Garland
Instead of the Canon of the Mass, a passage from the Passion and the Sacrament.
"John Ronge: The Holy Coat Of Treves New German-Catholic Chruch" by John Ronge Anonymous
That the priests of the order did not utter the words by which the body of Christ is consecrated in the canon of the mass.
"The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple" by Charles G. Addison
The canon of the mass was simplified and restored to primitive usage.
"A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume II" by Henry Charles Lea
He collected and compared together the most ancient canons of the mass.
"History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Vol 2" by J. H. Merle D'Aubigné
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In news:

A Mass celebrating the life of St Kateri Tekakwitha was held Sunday at a church in the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory near Montreal, on the same day Kateri was canonized .
Halfway around the world, Pope Benedict XVI canonized Kateri Tekakwitha and six others Sunday in a Mass held at St Peter's Square that was attended by an estimated 80,000 pilgrims, including three members of the Ute Indian Tribe.
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In science:

The same distributions (18) and (19) are obtained in the canonical ensemble by cancelling the first variations of free energy at fixed mass, using δFB − αδM = 0.
Dynamics and thermodynamics of a simple model similar to self-gravitating systems: the HMF model
Another possibility that can give rise to deviations of the flavor mix from the canonical 1 : 1 : 1 is the idea of neutrinos of varying mass (MaVaNs), in which neutrino masses are related to the dark energy.
Concluding Remarks/Summary
In the context of (BD) theory whose scalar potential term consists of only a mass term and matter fields, the action in the canonical form is given by m2φ2 + LM (cid:21) . S = Z d4x √g (cid:20)− g µ
Friedmann Equation for Brans Dicke Cosmology
But over the last couple of years, there has been a growing number of studies, based on both X-ray [in these proceedings see Oskinova; Albacete-Colombo] and UV [Massa] data which indicate that O star winds are significantly clumped, and canonical empirical mass-loss rates overestimated.
Mass loss summary - a personal perspective
Our current understanding of disk masses is severely limited by four factors: 1) the very small number of firm millimeter disk detections; 2) the uncertain dust opacities; 3) the grain size distribution that may vary from disk to disk; and, 4) the gas–to–dust mass ratio, canonically assumed to be 100.
Disks around Brown Dwarfs and Cool Stars
On the other hand, a canonical calculation of q ¯q masses by Godfrey and Isgur predicts the first f0 and a0 to each have masses of 1090 MeV, within shooting distance of 980 MeV.
Challenges in Hadron Physics
The canonical example of this ordering is the Fermi liquid, where it is the low frequency spectra which can be typically modeled in terms of quasi-free noninteracting particles (perhaps with renormalized masses).
Electrodynamics of correlated electron systems
In a canonical model, the progenitors of Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) are accreting, nuclear-burning white dwarfs (NBWDs), which explode when the white dwarf (WD) reaches the Chandrasekhar mass, MC .
The Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae: Are They Supersoft Sources?
An additional mass term ∝ φ2 (on top of the Coulombic interaction) in the inflaton’s potential, while jeopardizing slow roll inflation, can nevertheless lead to additional e-folds in a DBI regime due to the non-canonical kinetic term of an open string mode inflaton like the brane distance.
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology
Etot and of the baryon loading B = MB c2/Etot of the e+e− plasma (where MB is the mass of the baryon loading): in the limit of B → 0 the canonical GRB would result in a short GRB and, in the opposite limit of B → 10−2 , which is the maximum possible value,59 it would result in a long GRB.
Fundamental physics from black holes, neutron stars and gamma-ray bursts
Thus, if hard power-law ULXs belong to the same canonical hard state de fined in Galactic BHs, thei r BH masses must be & 103 M⊙ (Winter et al. 2006). A key signature of the hard state is the presence of compact, continuous radio jets.
Ultraluminous X-ray Sources in the Chandra and XMM-Newton Era
A b µ a , with the dimension of mass, is an auxiliary field (canonical boson fields have mass dimension one-half ).
The $\mathcal {OSP}(2,2|16)$ superconformal theory is free!
Up to mass dimension 6, the action is just the linear combination of the canonical kinetic term and the Einstein coupled kinetic term , effectively giving a disformal field theory.
Fab 5: Noncanonical Kinetic Gravity, Self Tuning, and Cosmic Acceleration
However, within one second, the outer mantle cools and contracts significantly, and the protoneutron star (with mass ∼ 1.4M⊙) approaches a canonical radius of 10 km.
Gravitational Radiation from Rapidly Rotating Nascent Neutron Stars
The semiclassical spectrum of this theory is found by expanding L in powers of the canonically-normalized fluctuations, χ′ = √2(χ − v) and θ ′ = √2 v θ, about the vacuum χ = v , revealing that χ′ describes the mass-mR particle while θ ′ represents the massless particle.
An Ode to Effective Lagrangians
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